This is a gorgeous vintage dress from the 1950's that is so perfect for many occasions: A vintage prom dress, a vintage wedding dress for the bride who doesn't want white, or a classic very feminine evening cocktail dress. Tea length very full skirt made of all lace on top of a rayon liner. The skirt has tiers of lace in soft muted colors all the way down, the body of the dress is a sandy light beige color. There's tulle layers under the lace for a fuller skirt but it has no petticoat or other layers underneath. The liner is a light pale beige / flesh color. Dress has a side metal zipper, darts, and is very well made. Just stunning!
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Condition Details: Freshly dry cleaned at a non-toxic earth friendly cleaners. No holes or stains. Looks never worn. The only slight wear it has is to inside liner only & just from age.
Label: "A New Deb Frock" New York
Bust: 38"/ 40" with darts
Waist: 28" (no stretch or extra fabric to let out)
Total Length: Bodice 20" - Skirt is 27"- From top of shoulder to hip seam where the ruffles start, then down to bottom
Shoulders: 15" - Seam to Seam